The land is found in a corner plot with a large facade and is accessed from an agricultural road layered with asphalt.
Exactly next to this plot there is another piece of land of 4000mē with a 200mē capacity to built.
The long sandy beach of Almyrida is at a walking distance from this plot in a small village in the Apokoronas region, approximately 25 kilometers from Chania.
Traditionally a fishing village, it is now famous for its delicious food and shallow waters, ideal for children.
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The district of Apokoronas in the north-eastern corner of the Chania prefecture and at the foot of the White Mountains is one of the greenest regions of Crete and contains some interesting sights, such as Lake Kournas, the island's only freshwater lake, picturesque villages and small beach resorts.
At the foot of the Lefka Ori, the village of Fres with a population of 400 has a nice village square, with taverns, kafenia and small shops.
Popular as well are the close by church of Madonna of the Two Rocks and the St. Antonius cave offering panoramic views of the Souda Bay and the peninsula of Akrotiri.
The area is noted for its magnificent cypress trees and is one of the greenest regions in Crete.
The nearest large town is the historical and bustling Chania, just a 30min drive away and several attractive beaches are within easy access, either to the west in Kalives or to the east in Georgioupolis.
Furthermore, wind surfers, kayaks, paddle boats and beach chairs can be rented on the beach of Almyrida. There are many taverns, bars, snack and cafe bars, gift shops, grocery stores and bakeries, all of which are open late into the night in the tourist season.
The name Almyrida is thought to come from the River Almyros that flows to the west, or from the tamarisks (almyrikia, salt cedar, flowering plants that grow in dry areas) found on the beach and above the main road of the village.
History tells us that the Apokoronas area was inhabited in Early Minoan times. It is thought that Almyrida was colonised by the Phoenicians, a Middle Eastern sea people and active traders who had good relations with the Minoans. Almyrida is also home to an early Christian basilica of the 5th-6th century AD, remains of which reveal impressively varied mosaics that can still be visited along the side of the road.
According to historical sources, the last battle in Crete against the Turks took place in the Almyrida area, in 1896.